Tahlequah Daily Press

News Updates

February 21, 2013

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013: Good evening!

TAHLEQUAH — Here's a look at a few things you will find in Friday's Daily Press:

• Josh Newton has been following several big news items today, including the investigation into a Cookson man's "suspicious" death; and federal indictments in a year-long case involving 50-plus stolen firearms.

• Josh also spoke to the District Attorney's Office about its review of last week's pit bulldog death, and has that update.

• Rob Anderson was at a Peggs Volunteer Fire Department meeting, where board members discussed an audit and financial review.

• Rob also takes a look at fluoride levels in local water systems.

• Teddye Snell has a unique feature on a local animal that appears to be going to great lengths to find his owner.

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